Add one gallon (4 quarts) directly and cover
the solids with water to aid digestion. Every time the toilet is
pumped, start treatment over again with one gallon of product.
Recreational Vehicles and Boats:
Add 2 oz.
per gallon of water in the holding tank. There after, use 1 oz. per
gallon as needed. For use at a dump station, add 1 gallon of
tank capacity. Then use 1 pint per week for maintenance.
Add 1 pint per 25 cubic feet
capacity for the initial treatment. Thereafter, use 8 oz. per week.
This may be poured directly into a toilet and flushed. If septic tank
has become clogged and odorous, add 1 gallon of product directly to the
tank through the manhole.
For less than 20 cubic feet
capacity, add 4-5 oz. of product daily by pouring in a sink or pipeline
closest to the trap. This should be done at night or when the traps are
used the least.
After adding, flush down with a cup of lukewarm water.
For grease traps larger than 20 cubic feet, add 8-10 oz. daily using
the same procedure.
Drain Lines and Down Pipes:
Use product a
minimum of 2 times weekly to a maximum of 4 times depending on the
usage of the building. Add product in amounts listed below by pouring
directly into the drain pipe starting on the lowest floor and working
up at a rate of one floor each day. Do not treat same floor twice. When
the top floor is reached, continue from the top floor only. (Add 4oz per 2" pipe size twice a week)